Then we venture to an abandoned trolley terminal to get a glimpse of New York City's first underground garden and i-D talks to Erykah Badu about her upcoming fashion show.
Thousands of young painters and sculptors in Tehran are turning contemporary art into a powerful social force.
Robert Wittman says what thieves don't realize is that "the real art in art theft isn't the stealing, it's the selling."
We hit up Samuel Borkson from the FriendsWithYou art collective to fill us in on his favorite spots in the city and to tell us why Downtown is the eclectic wonderland of LA.
Then we hear about the cross-cultural street art festival POW! WOW! and the journey Malta's tallest man took to the NBA.
Conventional city wisdom will have you avoid all touristy areas at all times, but sometimes it's fun to play tourist whether you are one or not.
Since we now mainly use technology to judge ourselves, and because technology has made me cripplingly self-aware, I figured the show might teach me a couple of things about myself.
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VICE's art editor Nicholas Gazin asked the artists what it was like collaborating with each other.
Linde gained international notoriety in 2012 by dressing as a cake in blackface. His latest exhibition is opening Saturday in Stockholm but has already divided the local art community.
In her last comic for The Artist Anna Haifisch reminds us to look at all of the strange, confusing antics of artists with love and mercy.
We spoke with photographer Jesse Burke about his new book that captures his daughter on the road and in the great outdoors.
His hair gets up and makes its way to the bar to pick up chicks and drink some booze.
You hear that, The Academy? Do you fucking hear this piece of stenciled graffiti on the side of a sandwich shop in east London?
The singer-songwriter tells us about moving to LA and where to find restaurants that have a dark, cozy NYC feel.
German photographer Ricarda Messner spent 24 hours in Atlantic City capturing the slot machines, the lights, and Donald Trump's gaudy Taj Mahal.
Mary Ellen Mark began documenting drug users, vagrants, pimps, and more in Seattle during the 80s. After she met a 13-year-old prostitute named Tiny, her work focused on the young girl for the next 30 years.
Who knew it would be so hard to find a Pepsi can from 1985?
We caught up with painter and famed drag performer Tabboo!, whose work appears this weekend at the Outsider Art Fair.
The film industry aside, LA is a hotbed for art—and if you're one of those supreme weirdos who claims not to like music, there are plenty of killer museums, too.
Whether you're just visiting or settling in for the long haul, our VICE guide will help you navigate LA like a local.
The art of Lee Brown Coye features the type of work that made fans of horror and science fiction fanzines drool—grisly worlds filled with ghouls, monsters, and morbid anatomy.
The 27-year-old artist's new show opens at Night Gallery in LA this Saturday.
We also visit the studio of the amazing artist Katie Stout and meet the Taiwanese punk rapper who has become Grimes's new best friend.
We asked people what exactly the Thin White Duke meant to them.